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[Canada Computers] Canada Computers | Weekend Top Deals | Dec 7 - 9

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The CPU cooler looks interesting (not that it's a good deal @ $55 though)
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Want that 670... But must wait till boxing day for a 7970
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Was hoping for better deals on video cards. Sub-$300 GTX 670 would be nice.
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Japots wrote:
Dec 6th, 2012 11:14 pm
Snowflakes on the background are a good touch.

If If the MIR has not discouraged you yet and if anyone was wondering, yes, those PSUs are not very good. They're bottom tier on the PSU tier list: http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx
Thats an interesting view... It says my psu is tier 2. Corsair 850hx used to be the best psu you could get, none of those Antec were prefered back in 2010 when i bought this.

I have pulled afew TR2 500w working from 2 year old systems too so this whole tier5 replace your psu its bad is a myth...
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Westnylenet wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 10:17 pm
Thats an interesting view... It says my psu is tier 2. Corsair 850hx used to be the best psu you could get, none of those Antec were prefered back in 2010 when i bought this.

I have pulled afew TR2 500w working from 2 year old systems too so this whole tier5 replace your psu its bad is a myth...
Used to be; it's still great, but there are ones that are greater now so it got pushed back. Technology improves and rankings will change with the passage of time.

Those Antecs are definitely top-notch; they're the newer models. Jonnyguru has reviews of them, and they probably do (one of) the best PSU reviews: High Current Pro 1200W and High Current Pro Platinum 1000W

In addition to that, just because a power supply works doesn't mean it's good or great ;)
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hoc022 wrote:
Dec 6th, 2012 7:42 pm
money saved.

Thanks for posting.
I agree :D
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Damn, my old Seagate HD is making a clicking noise once in a while. I know the 3 TB isn't the best price, but what choice do I have unless I want to wait until my 1.5 TB finally dies.
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You should copy that clicking HD before it dies, not after. I lost 2 gigs of data recently and became real skeptical of harddrives. Even if I buy a new drive, I would buy 2 to mirror.
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chinaboy1021 wrote:
Dec 8th, 2012 9:09 am
You should copy that clicking HD before it dies, not after. I lost 2 gigs of data recently and became real skeptical of harddrives. Even if I buy a new drive, I would buy 2 to mirror.
I was thinking the same thing. I'm not sure if I should get the 3 TB Seagate from CC or a 3 TB WD Red. I don have the data duplicated on a second Seagate 1.5 TB drive.
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